On Friday, I found myself out and about, because now we’re allowed to have a little more leeway. Socially distancing from my friend, we walked to the beach.
On the way I snapped some shots that I thought you might think enjoyable.
Other than other people’s washing, I wondered if the wispy webs I found abounding on these waist-high bushes would interest and intrigue you as they did me.
The silky strands stopped me in my tracks. I had to have a photo. Because I’ve become so much more aware of the natural wonders of my world. Perhaps due to the fact it was forbidden to go outside for so very long.
I’ve seen your silly squirrels. I’ve watched your beautiful birds. I’ve checked out your chickens and children. I’ve leered at your lawns. I’ve gawped at your greenery. I’ve savored your sunsets. I’ve loved your ladybugs.
So here’s my stuck-up spider, who snootily turned his back on me while I impatiently waited for a pose.
(He’s an Allagelena gracilens ~~ fancy word for Funnelweb spider, so you know)?
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